Specs: A4 Business Inkjet Printer, Up to 30ppm Colour/Up to 34ppm Mono Print Speed, Up to 4800x1200 dpi Optimised Resolution, 250 Sheet Front Tray, 80 Sheet Rear Automatic Sheet Feeder, Duplex Unit, 320MB Memory, Front USB Port for Direct Printing, Networked, USB, Apple Airprint, Google Cloud Print
Specs: HP OfficeJet 200 A4 Thermal Inkjet Mobile Printer, Up to 10ppm Mono and 7ppm Colour, Up to 4800 x 1200 Optimised dpi Colour Resolution, 5.08 cm (2.0inch) Hi-Res MGD (Mono Graphic Display), USB 2.0 and Wi-Fi Connectivity, HP ePrint Capability, 128 MB Standard Memory, 1 GB Available Hard Disk Space, 525 MHz Processor Speed
Specs: A4 Business Inkjet Printer, Up to 30ppm Colour/Up to 34ppm Mono Print Speed, Up to 4800x1200 dpi Optimised Resolution, 250 Sheet Front Tray, 80 Sheet Rear Automatic Sheet Feeder, Duplex Unit, 320MB Memory, PostScript 3 Emulation, Front USB Port for Direct Printing, Networked, USB, Apple Airprint, Google Cloud Print
Specs: A4 Business Mono Inkjet Printer, 100ppm Print Speed, 600x600 dpi Resolution, 512MB Memory, 500 Sheet Paper Tray, 100 Sheet Multipurpose Tray, Duplex Unit, PostScript 3 Emulation, WiFi, Gigabit Networked, USB
Running Cost Guide: 5% 0.66p, 20% 2.63p
Part No: HLS7000DNZ1
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Inkjet Printer Range
Inkjet printers have been around forever, it seems, and, despite the rise of affordable laser printers, they're still here.
Inkjets are generally used where print volumes are low and/ or the requirement for print quality is high.
Or where the cost of running a laser printer is uneconomical, when considering the lifetime costs of consumables, maintenance and energy.
An inkjet printer will not be able to compete with a laser printer in terms of durability and running costs,
particularly in busy and demanding environments, but their low purchase price makes them very attractive to many home users and smaller businesses.
The other big advantage of inkjet printers is that the print quality and resolution is generally much higher than for laser printers.
As such, an inkjet printer is ideal for printing photos and high end graphics and some of our top-of-the-range machines can produce output that's good enough for art galleries and museums.
With advances being made by brands such as Epson, Canon and of course HP, with their Pagewide technology, the performance gap between inkjets and lasers is closing all the time. As such, it is unlikely that they will be going quietly into the night any time soon. In fact it is more likely that inkjets are due a revival, as they are able to prove to businesses that they are an economical option.
To find out which inkjet printer best suits your needs, call us on 0333 566 8123 and we'll guide you towards the right one.